That means it must be time to release JET III – Vengeance. I have actually been averaging about two e-mails a day from readers who want to know when JET III will be out.
The wait is over. It’s out.
BREAKING NEWS: A very special interview on sale-priced books, conspiracies, and writing female protags with me and R.S. Guthrie!
NEW INTERVIEW: A must read new interview with me and Ryan Schneider on JET, writing, craft. 10 Questions.
NEWS: A brilliant new book review for JET by Kate’s Reads and The Kindle Book Review! Nice!
The story follows our intrepid hero as she must risk everything to save the ones she loves. As one would expect, it’s a mad action rush, with a hint of romance – I keep thinking of those damned Mission Impossible movies when I read the drafts of the JET series – they’ve got a very cinematic feel to them. I am still waiting for Bruckheimer’s assistant to call, though. Sigh.
I want to thank everyone who read JET for the support. Even the unhappy reviews that inevitably hit after a massive free promotion are three star. Can’t really bitch and moan about that. Although I will. I wouldn’t be me if I didn’t, after all. One nice thing to see is that a decent number of the e-mails and reviews are from folks who got the book for free, and then liked it so much they immediately bought the sequel. It says that the KDP free promos do get read, albeit in small numbers.
I won’t be doing any free promos for JET II or III, or JET IV, which will release in December. My feeling is that JET is strong enough to give one a taste of what it is I do. If that isn’t enough to convince you, then move along.
That’s about it for blatant self-promotion this round. I’m currently immersed in JET IV, scribbling away, and I can say with complete honesty that it’s a good one. I think fans of the series won’t be disappointed. And if you are annoyed that you have to wait a whole month or so to read JET IV, my suggestion is try King of Swords, the first book in my Assassin series – it’s gritty and has more of an edge, but still has the barreling pace and all the twists you liked in JET.
Here’s a peek at the cover. One of my favorites to date. As is the book. If you’d like to buy it or read the “Look Inside” excerpt, you can do so here.
And if anyone wants the contact information of my cover designer, just send me an e-mail and I’ll shoot you his information. The best I’ve found, and well worth a look.